“How can service users ensure the Mental Health (Wales) Measure lives up to its potential?” was one of the questions raised at the “Movin’ On Up” campaign event in Aberystwyth today.
The importance of holistic Care and Treatment Plans was one of the major talking points at the “Movin’ On Up!” campaign event in Bridgend today.
Hafal Expert Patient Trainer Dave Smith’s latest Western Mail column is now online.
Mental health service users and carers staged a groundbreaking event yesterday. The “Movin’ On Up” Seminar, which took place in Llandrindod Wells, saw service users and carers develop their continuing “dialogue of equals” with senior policy makers and providers of mental health services by discussing the opportunities for recovery provided by the Welsh Government’s new Mental Health Strategy and the Mental Health (Wales) Measure and the Carers Measure…
Over 100 mental health service users, carers and health professionals scaled Pen y Fan today as part of “Movin’ On Up”, a national campaign run by mental health service users and carers across Wales.
The event takes place in the same week that the Welsh Government published “Together for Mental Health – A Cross-Government Strategy for Mental Health and Wellbeing in Wales” for consultation.
A report by Healthcare Inspectorate Wales has recommended that each Health Board in Wales sets up a “veterans mental health clinical network”.
The Welsh Government has today launched a 12-week consultation on “Together for Mental Health – A Cross-Government Strategy for Mental Health and Wellbeing in Wales”.
The “Movin’ On Up” campaign got off to flying start today in Merthyr! A “Movin’ On Up” event took place at the Hafal project in the Pant Industrial Estate in Dowlais and featured a mobile cinema, a classic VW ‘campaign camper’ and a ‘mobile mountain’.